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KIS 2014/15 Briefing . Presented by Dinh Phung Learning Enhancement and Academic Practice. Employment. Entry information. Professional Accreditation. Tuition Fees and Bursaries. STUDY INFORMATION: L&T Methods Assessment Methods. Accommodation Costs. Student satisfaction.

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Kis 2014 15 briefing

KIS 2014/15 Briefing

Presented by Dinh Phung

Learning Enhancement and Academic Practice


Kis 2014 15 briefing

Employment

Entry information

Professional Accreditation

Tuition Fees and Bursaries

STUDY INFORMATION:

L&T Methods

Assessment Methods

Accommodation Costs

Student satisfaction

Class of degree

Continuation

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Kis 2014 15 record coverage

KIS 2014/15 Record Coverage

All courses with start dates between

1 August 2015 and 31 July 2016

EXCEPT

  • Postgraduate courses

  • Courses worth 120 credits or less

  • One-year courses having more than 120 credits

  • Closed courses

  • Courses offered overseas

  • Intercalated degrees

  • Courses for international students

  • Top-up courses

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Professional accreditation

Professional Accreditation

  • Responsibility of academic departments to maintain AIS

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Study information learning teaching methods

Study Information – learning & teaching methods

  • Derived from Attendance Elements in AIS via complex algorithm

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Study information assessment methods

Study Information – assessment methods

  • Taken from Assessment Elements in AIS

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Study information

Study Information

  • Responsibility of academic departments

  • Ensure data in AIS for Attendance Elements and Assessment Elements accurately reflects their published materials

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Kis 2014 15 timeline

KIS 2014/15 Timeline

  • Departments sign off data31 May 2014

  • UoH submits data to HESA by5 August 2014

  • VC signs off by5 August 2014

  • KIS preview available on Unistats11-26 August 2014

  • KIS 2014/15 published on Unistats28 August 2014

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Kis data submission

KIS Data Submission

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Advertising courses

Advertising Courses

Unistats website

UCAS website

Programmes of study for KIS year +1

Programmes of study available for entry in next 2 sessions

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Advertising overlap

Advertising Overlap

KIS programmes with UCAS codes

Unistats website

UCAS website

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Kis data resubmission

KIS Data Resubmission

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Internal audit findings for kis 2013 14

Internal Audit Findings for KIS 2013/14

  • Low risk overall

    BUT

    Inconsistencies were noted around the reviews performed across the University’s departments/faculties to ensure that the KIS data is aligned to the module specifications published on the University website.

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Internal audit recommendation

Internal Audit Recommendation

A consistent approach is undertaken across the University to regularly monitor that these two sources (AIS and module handbooks) of information are aligned, establishing a consistent minimum level of review to be applied by all Faculties and Departments.

Individual areas may then apply further review on a risk and materiality basis.

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How often do you check data information currently

How often do you check data/information currently?

  • Once a year for KIS

  • Only when asked

  • All the time

  • Never

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What does kis stand for

What does KIS stand for?

  • Key Information Summary

  • Key Information Set

  • Key Indicator Set

  • Keep It Simple

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Where might you find hull university s kis webpage

Where might you find Hull University’s KIS webpage?

  • The Home page

  • The Portal

  • Quality & Standards page

  • MyAdmin

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What is key information set

What is Key Information Set?

  • It’s all about contact hours

  • It’s all about the league table

  • It’s all about informing student choice

  • It’s all about student feedback

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Institutions submitting kis are

Institutions submitting KIS are …

  • higher education institutions (HEIs) only

  • further education institutions (FEIs) only

  • all FEIs and HEIs in England

  • all FEIs and HEIs in the UK

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How is the learning and teaching method derived from ais

How is the learning and teaching method derived from AIS?

  • from Assessment elements records

  • from Attendance elements records

  • from programme structure

  • from module handbooks

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The three categories of learning teaching methods are

The three categories of learning & teaching methods are:

  • Scheduled, Practical, Placement

  • Scheduled, Fieldwork, Independent Study

  • Scheduled, Placement, Independent Study

  • Scheduled, Placement, Year Abroad

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The three categories of assessment methods are

The three categories of assessment methods are:

  • Written exam, Report, Oral assessment

  • Written exam, Coursework, Practical

  • Written exam, Portfolio, Practical

  • Written exam, Dissertation, Presentation

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Kis is aimed at prospective

KIS is aimed at prospective…

  • undergraduates, with exceptions

  • undergraduates, without exceptions

  • postgraduates

  • undergraduates and postgraduates

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Which of the following course types are in kis

Which of the following course types are in KIS?

  • Top-up courses

  • Integrated masters

  • Closed courses

  • Courses offered overseas

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Kis must be submitted for

KIS must be submitted for…

  • existing courses only

  • existing courses that are being phased out

  • future courses only

  • courses in the relevant timeframe

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Kis 2014 15 is relevant to which student intake

KIS 2014/15 is relevant to which student intake?

  • 2014/15

  • 2015/16

  • 2016/17

  • 2017/18

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Which of the following is the official course comparison site

Which of the following is the official course comparison site?

  • Unistats

  • Which? University

  • Institute of Education website

  • The Department for Education website

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How often should data information be checked

How often should data/information be checked?

  • Once a year for KIS

  • Only when asked

  • All the time

  • Never

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Nss results hesa s publication criterion 22 5 respondents and 50 response rate

NSS ResultsHESA’s publication criterion: 22.5 respondents AND 50% response rate

  • One year’s actual course level data

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Any questions

Any questions?


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